1973 Porsche 911S Coupe
Completed November of 1972
• Engine Type Flat 6
• Injection Mechanical Port Injection (MFI)
• Displacement 142.80 cu-in/2,341 cc
• Horsepower 190 @ 6500 rpm
• Torque 158 lb-ft @ 5200 rpm
• Max RPM 7300
• Compression Ratio 9.8:1
Originally delivered in Gemini Blue Metallic with Black leather
upholstery. Complete window out repaint in 2016. Original interior
with factory sport seats in great condition. Fuch alloy rims with
new 185/70VR15 XWX Michelin tires. The engine was completely
rebuilt by Aase Motors in September of 2015 $19,293 was spent. 915
manual 5-speed transmission that shifts perfectly. Truly a
phenomenal 1973 911S to drive!
Optional equipment includes US equipment, option group G03, factory
sport seats- Left & Right, additional cooling coil, raised steering
wheel hub, Becker Mexico AM/FM radio, manual antenna with front
loudspeaker & noise suppression & engine compartment light.
Complete with Certificate of Authenticity, jack, and toolkit. Great
opportunity to get the last of the early 911S Coupes in a
remarkable color combination.
For 1973, T, E, and S models carried over with several significant
changes. Engine size increased to 2.4 liters by increasing the
stroke to 70.4 millimeters. Compression ratios were also decreased
to allow engines to run on regular fuel, primarily because of the
US requirement for unleaded gas. Forged crankshafts were used in
all engines, including the T. The US T joined the E and S by using
mechanical fuel injection while other countries still had Weber-
equipped T models. At 140 horsepower, the US 911T had a 10-
horsepower advantage over the carbureted versions. The 911E now
made 165 horsepower and the 911S, 190 horsepower.